1. Revised UW System Administrative Policies Proposed

    The following DRAFT UW System Administrative policies have been posted and are proposed for review and feedback: SYS 310-Banking: This policy has not been revised since 1997 and revisions reflect bringing the policy up-to-date and clarifying policy items. SYS 805-Tuition and Fee Policies for Credit Instruction Policies: This policy has been revised to reflect revisions […]

  2. Updated Lawton Undergraduate Minority Retention Grant Program and New Payment Card Compliance Policy Posted

    On September 11, 2018, revisions to SYS 170: Lawton Undergraduate Minority Retention Grant Program, were approved by President Cross. The policy defines and establishes systemwide requirements for university financial assistance to statutorily designated minority undergraduate students. The policy reflects revisions to outdated terms, funding allocations, and credit requirements. Language was added to describe the intent […]

  3. Revised Official Functions Policy Posted

    The following DRAFT UW System Administrative policy has been posted and is proposed for review and feedback: SYS 312-Official Functions. The DRAFT policy provides general parameters for holding and funding UW System official functions. The policy is available at the above link for review and feedback. This policy is open for comments and feedback through […]

  4. Revised Relocation (Household Moves) and Temporary or Indefinite Work Assignments Policy Posted

    On August 6, 2018, SYS 240: Relocation (Household Moves) and Temporary or Indefinite Work Assignments, was approved by President Cross. The policy defines and establishes systemwide requirements for the procurement and payment of employee household relocations and costs associated with temporary and indefinite work assignments. With new IRS regulations that became effective January 1, 2018, all relocation expenses […]

  5. New Maintenance, Repair, and Operations Inventory Policy Posted

    On July 20, 2018, SYS 323: Maintenance, Repair, and Operations Inventory was approved by President Cross. This policy provides guidance and establishes requirements for maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) inventories controlled by the facilities management units and auxiliary units at UW Institutions. Effectively managing MRO inventory helps institutions: Have the right parts, at the right place, at […]

  6. Updated Extramural Support Administration

    On July 9, 2018, revisions were approved by President Cross to UW System Administrative Policy SYS 342: Extramural Support Administration. The goal of the revisions was to update various components of the policy. The proposed revisions do not make any substantive changes to the underlying policy ().

  7. New Student Technology Fee Policy Posted

    On June 10, 2018, revisions were approved to UW System Administrative Policy SYS 815: Student Technology Fee Expenditures. Changes in the policy statement modernize examples of appropriate and inappropriate Student Technology Fee expenditures. The policy now allows additional flexibility for institutions to fund technology within classrooms and laboratories used by a wide breadth and significant […]

  8. New Real Property Procedures Posted

    New real property procedures have been posted. SYS 999.A: Acquisition of Real Property Process SYS 999.B: Sale of Real Property Process

  9. Removal of Obsolete Residence Hall Policies

    On June 8, 2018, the Board of Regents approved the removal of two obsolete policies related to university residence halls: Regent Policy Document 24-1, “Coeducational Housing,” and Regent Policy Document 24-3, “Residence Halls Visitation.”

  10. Revised Regent Policy on Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation

    On June 8, 2018, the Board of Regents approved revisions to Regent Policy Document 14-6, “Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation,” and the removal of Regent Policy Document 14-7, “Implementation of Statute on Discrimination Against Students,” to ensure compliance with state statutes, remove duplicative requirements, and establish a single policy that provides greater context of issues related to […]